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1  Economy / Services / Re: [👀👀👀👀] Cryptocurrency Marketplace based on PHP & Bootstrap 5 on: June 09, 2021, 06:08:16 AM
My last bump then will not provide any more
2  Economy / Digital goods / Re: [DOMAIN] Night.COM 1996 Pointed on Name.com on: June 09, 2021, 06:07:26 AM
Dont provide it
3  Other / Archival / Re: Bitcoin network unimportant disadvantages on: June 06, 2021, 10:31:34 PM
Snip

Don't really understand why RBF is in this conversation.

An example for the options that are found in bitcoin network.



Well, What I meant is that even if mining is the only solution, why is it all that big? Is there really no easier way than that programmatically?

I'm not going to offer my "my own solution on this", because I'm almost sure there are people before me with the same idea that it would be easier to make a decentralized environment without the huge amount of complexity programmatically.

To our brothers who will start insulting me! I'm not saying that Bitcoin is bad, on the contrary, it's just a question of why it has flaws that it doesn't deserve!
4  Other / Archival / Bitcoin network unimportant disadvantages on: June 06, 2021, 09:52:40 PM
It is just a discussion or a question about the reason for some unimportant things on which Bitcoin is based and which cause an outflow of resources

Here I start, with the mining process and its excessive use of electricity, there are coins like NANO that have zero transaction fees, and can not be mined and no harming the environment.

How important is mining to be one of the downsides of Bitcoin (the largest currency) so far? Why was not resorting to an easier solution, as in these currencies today?

Why with so many options (replace by fee and the like), would it have been so much easier to just send and receive bitcoin and at the same time be decentralized and no mining?
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Are there risks with GPU mining? 144% roi on: June 06, 2021, 05:33:31 PM
So here my question is:

What is the possibility of deal failure? Are most miners lose or win? Why should the difficulty be changed? Who controls it?

Dear mods please stop moving the topic, no altcoin talks is here. Angry Angry
6  Economy / Digital goods / [DOMAIN] Night.COM 1996 Pointed on Name.com on: June 06, 2021, 02:47:19 AM
Night.COM

I'm not owner, I'm broker between you and the real owner.
All information was given to me by the domain owner.

Price: 1 BTC

Pointed on: Name.com

Bought since: 1996

Proof of Ownership: Will send you an email from info@night.com


We won't deal before investigating the steps of the brokering and how the process of transferring the domain will be and all the steps.
7  Economy / Services / Re: [👀👀👀👀] Cryptocurrency Marketplace based on PHP & Bootstrap 5 [👀👀👀👀] on: June 05, 2021, 11:08:29 PM
Bump
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Are there risks with GPU mining? 144% roi on: June 05, 2021, 05:32:00 AM
Well it could shift as low as 1 usd a card or move to 20 usd a card. Maybe 25 a day.

It is at 7 a card.

power cost is 6-7 kwatts

so 30 cent power is 2.10 a card
and 3 cent power is 21 cents a card.

Obvious if you have 3 cent power your risk is very low and if you have 30 cent power your risk is high.

I can tell you dropping to 1 dollar a day for a 3080 in earnings is possible.

Hi thanks a lot for this, so my main problem is not the power, Here its extreme cheap. But I may face a weak power, does that effect the process?


There are tons of risks with mining.

1) Price of the coin you are mining might go down

2) Difficulty of the coin you are mining might go up

3) Your GPU can suddenly just die (or at least your fans)

4) Your rigs can melt some wires and start a wire and burn down your house

5) The coin you are mining might go POS and you can't mine it anymore

etc...

So its definately not risk free. Safer than trading however your profits aren't gauranteed in anyway.

There is not much difference between buying coins to hold for long term and mining coins, the risk here is volatility in value while mining, meaning if you are earning 20$ per day through mining today it can turn 10$ all of a sudden tomorrow

1. Mining difficulty may increase
2. The coin price may decrease

Hi! So here I can see the only risky one (for me) us Difficulty. I've read a lot about gpu, so i dont care about it as long as natural want to fire them...

Can you tell me why would difficulty change? And who controls it? Is it cyclic? Is it Fixed-Task?

What I am looking for is, Chance to lose the deal, as from your msgs, I see I shouldn't open supermarket fearing of exploding refrigerators.
9  Other / Off-topic / Re: Elon is a troll! on: June 04, 2021, 11:19:34 PM
Guys, He isn't troll.


He just stole people's money in an unkempt way.

A billionaire isn't that dumb.

Really??
You/we are giving him too much attention. Let's stop it - he will be no one.

Agreed.
10  Economy / Reputation / Re: [2021] Yobit Story in Dogecoin era on: June 04, 2021, 08:31:24 PM
It's crazy When I think about dogecoin,

I spent 2m Doge on the online Vice City Multiplayer server back in 2015, Never thought doge will hit this amount per value. It's still crazy when i think about it, And yes the server I used to play on is dead so I can't withdraw any amount back. :/

The reason we decided to go crypto is that we wanted to take control of our own funds rather than keep it with third party centralized institutions like banks. Buying crypto or Doge and then keeping it with a centralized exchange or third party service whose private keys you have no access to defeats the purpose of you using cryptocurrencies in the first place.

The warning about "Not your keys. Not your coins" is almost as old as Bitcoin itself. I still Wonder why people still ignore the most important warning.




I saw another person complaining about the 2FA issue too recently. It looks like it was an organised robbery - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5341237.msg57152437#msg57152437



What is bad with exchanges is that they spend your coins (when such pump happen) Angry Angry

And unfortunately the problem was never 2fa or password, the problem is that his funds has been spent already by those mother fuckers

But yobit is different, yobit dont let user put 2fa. Dan puts it by himself.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Are there risks with GPU mining? 144% roi on: June 04, 2021, 04:53:23 PM
Of course there are risks. The returns are dependent on the price of the crypto you will mine.

The ROI assumes constant prices. These can go down. On the upside, they can also go parabolic again. Mining is also more about doing it because you'd enjoy putting it all together and managing the requirements. It also gives you something tangible to hold on to with some resale value. (depending on where you live).

You should know though that the prices right now are very inflated due to the demand for mining. Availability can be another issue. If you are in US or Canada, do search for kaboomracks on the forum. (They shud have an ANN somewhere).

I appreciate your reply. But we already know that btc will never drop  Grin and if btc dropped, I'm not the only loser, every one will lose. So Are there any risks other than price dropping?

What about the use of energy and the link, Do I need strong energy? And does gpu mining uses so much energy?

Hello  Smiley

Just wondering if there is risks with GPU mining. Buying a $2000 GPU and getting $8 per day ( 144% roi / year ) is very unbelievable, there should be risks.

Wondering why i shouldnt buy 20k usd worth of graphic cards now!!??

Profit can go down, you have no guarantee that you get 8$ a day. But yeah you are the next dude who buy overpriced cards  Cheesy

Buy eth or btc for this money and sell it at the end of the year. You make more profit and you must do nothing.


I'm already holding some altcoins and tron tokens.
12  Economy / Services / Re: [●] Cryptocurrency Marketplace based on PHP & Bootstrap 5 [●] on: June 04, 2021, 04:09:43 PM
Can you share your experiences with me?
I am also a software student and we work in a group of web developers. If you would like to join us and share your experiences with us, please send me a message.

Lol, sure. Just send me all info in PM!
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Are there risks with GPU mining? 144% roi on: June 04, 2021, 09:19:07 AM
Hello  Smiley

Just wondering if there is risks with GPU mining. Buying a $2000 GPU and getting $8 per day ( 144% roi / year ) is very unbelievable, there should be risks.

Wondering why i shouldnt buy 20k usd worth of graphic cards now!!??

Dear mod stop moving it. I didn't mention any shit altcoins talk.
14  Economy / Services / [👀👀👀👀] Cryptocurrency Marketplace based on PHP & Bootstrap 5 on: June 04, 2021, 01:45:42 AM
Yes its me back  Smiley

Want to launch your amazing store? Thats actually what benfit cryptocurrencies.

I'll code a brand new "ready-to-use" market script using PHP and Bootstrap 5 for you.

I'll provide extreme easy UI for setup & installing, I will never deny to setup it for you for free.

I am not blockchain developer Cry  , we're going to use merchants such as Bitpay or what do you prefer, just send me the API of the merchant and we can include multiple ones.

Price: 0.01 BTC fixed

Work finish: 1 week - 3 months (expect fast)

I promise you'll like my work.  Smiley

Communicate with me anywhere in this forum only. (PM or comment, I read everything)
15  Economy / Reputation / [2021] Yobit Story in Dogecoin era on: June 03, 2021, 03:08:16 PM
After messaging 10+ person got scammed by Yobit

We made a short story of what exactly happened:


1. Yobit Officer woke up from his sleep.

2. He dreamed to buy 20x lambo.

3. Yobit Officer called Dan for financial purposes.

4. Dan just realized Dogecoin reached $0.5.

5. Dan called Yobit Officer back, for telling him that they are going to sell 50% from yobit's dogecoin hot wallet.

6. Ewins was monitoring their calls, and was a little afraid for the future of the Yobit.

7. Ewins started an emergency meeting with Dan and Yobit Officer. and new decisions have been made:

  • "2FA Request Close" won't available any more
  • "Email Confirmations" aren't to be sent for any one have huge dogecoin value in USD.
  • For ppl have old dogecoins, Dan puts self-2fa(something bad) on for them.
  • Fill 1000+ bots to talk in the telegram group with people's complaints on SELF 2FA and emails that do not arrive.

Dan, yobit officer, and ewins shook hands and said let's go buy lambos! Thank you, Elon Musk!

Total Amount Scammed By Yobit 2021 (only people I chatted with): 5M USD      Number of People: 10
16  Economy / Services / Re: [NotATether.com] Article writers wanted apply here on: June 02, 2021, 11:59:47 PM
Just a little feedback for the design.

The navbar is so dark and so close to the topic-picture so I even thought there was no navbar. I would advise to make it more luminous (using a little light color) and far from the image of the beginning of the topic.

It needs also a little feeling of spacing between responses, and so on.

Using different color between the content and system tags will make things more visible.

I liked it too Smiley.
17  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: Where best to sell Antminer s17? 50x Pieces on: June 02, 2021, 11:49:45 PM
but have you check your location if there is a local marketplace?

I don't think local marketplace is good for OP.

OP should go with international shipping for better traffic. For me, I don't think I'd even find 1 person to buy such asic miner in my country. So if you're based on rich country, then maybe. but international markets should be his primary target for such number of miners.
18  Economy / Marketplace / Re: I need 5 sources of revenue to generate $200 each per month - Ideas? on: June 02, 2021, 12:55:11 PM
Quote from: Marklon326
Min 170% earn every day
100% success
Why do you teach that method to anyone?

Just start with 1 USD.
After one day you have 2,7USD
After 2 days you have 7,29USD
After 3 days you have 19USD
After 4 days you have 53USD
After 6 days you have 143USD
After 7 days 387
After 8 Days you have 1046USD

After 16 days  you have 1 Mio USD.
After 24days you have one Billion

So if your method works, you surely dont need to advertise anything here.
After less than one month you are the richest man in the world!!!

So my simple conclusion:


ITS A FUCKING DIRTY SCAM


I am not sure if there still ppl believe in that. Seriously Its shit beside the scam.
19  Economy / Gambling / Re: Blackjack.fun | 0.28% House edge | RED or BLACK|50% Chance to win|InstantWithraw on: May 28, 2021, 04:11:20 PM
@Blackjack.fun

Check your email asap, i reported a dangerous vulnerability in your website. It causes win to player!!
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Paper wallet inquiries on: May 26, 2021, 06:47:27 PM
You could use Ian Coleman's Mnemonic Code Converter. It's open source and can be used offline.
Choose the Coin you want, and print the address/privkey. Or just keep the mnemonic. Or better: both. Or just use a hardware wallet and save yourself the hassle.

I've never used iancoleman.io to create an address for real usage, but I've never read anything bad about it either. On the other hand, I've seen several paper wallet websites turn into a scam, and if you want to many different coins, it may be nice to have one solution for all of them.

Generating paper wallet offline, writing private key and address down and formating the machine after the proccess
Be very careful with your own handwriting! You wouldn't be the first to lose your coins because of it.
Also: I'd use a Linux Live DVD instead of formatting your computer afterwards.

I have a simple question about how random it works, It didn't ask me to enter anything random. So from where does it get a random seed?

Thanks for your suggestion, If I would face any problem with formating the machine, I would use use Live linux dists.
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